Blog Posts

Welcome to the first in a new series: Of Castles and Kings where a vast array of castles will be highlighted with their historical background, royal significance and other bits of information one may stumble across. Do enjoy! Fotheringhay Castle in Fotheringhay, Northamptonshire is known as Richard III’s...

In just about a week’s time, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George will make their first trip to New Zealand and Australia as a family....

The Royal Watermen were involved in the Diamond Jubilee Pageant in 2012 They are the men who have been on hand at some of the most pivotal moments in royal...

Despite the worldwide media attention she has received during her 62-year reign, there is one thing for which The Queen is famous in both in press circles...

The formative period for building character for eternity is in the nursery. The mother is queen of that realm and sways a scepter more potent than that...

Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO has ended her term as the first female Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia today, after performing her last public...

The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will attend a reception at London’s Watermen’s Hall on 27 March 2014 to celebrate the 800th anniversary of...

Today in 1953 Queen Mary, The Queen’s grandmother, died peacefully in her sleep. She was 85 years old. At 11:15pm an announcement was posted outside...

From last week’s post, we continue with the accounts of Victoria’s attempted assassinations, covering her last 3 assailant’s stories,...

The Georgian Era, known so because of the reign of four King Georges in succession, was one of the most significant eras in British royal history. Although...